The Peak Malaysia Magazine, 11 March 2007
Urban living takes on a distinctively nature-inspired feel at The Maple at Sentul West. Dato’ Yeoh Seok Kian, the Executive Director of YTL Land & Development Berhad, the company behind the project, shares the joys of living and investing in The Maple.
Links of change
The Edge Malaysia, 27 October 2006
New residential and commercial projects and highways are giving added impetus to the rejuvenation of Jalan Ipoh and its surroundings. Sentul Link directly benefits YTL Land & Development's Sentul East and West developments, significantly cutting travel time.
YTL Land: An innovative builder
The Edge, 27 July 2006
Malaysia's best property developers were honoured at The Edge Top Property Developers Awards 2006 ceremony last Wednesday. Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting presented the awards to the captains of the top 10 companies, including YTL Land & Development Bhd. Jennifer Gomez speaks to YTL Land's executive director Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian about his thoughts on the award and future plans of the company.
Sentul becomes hive of activity
Business Times Malaysia, 13 July 2006
Over the last several years, Sentul has shed its image as Kuala Lumpur's eye-sore and crime-infested area. Now it is aiming to become a more advanced comfort zone.
A centre specially for Japanese Koi
The Star Online, 16 February 2006
The official opening of the Sentul Park Koi Centre last Sunday is another feather in the cap for YTL's Sentul West development. “We are bringing the beauty of Japanese Koi culture here. In Japan, Koi are affectionately known as the 'Living Jewels',” said the centre's managing director Luke Shori.
Joy of koi
The Star Online, 12 February 2006
Koi are no mere fish but an obsession for those who love these beautiful, colourful creatures. The Sentul Park Koi Centre has been officially open, witl almost zen-like perfection to teach people the joys and responsibilities of koi-keeping.
Sentul Park Koi Centre to celebrate grand opening
YTL Land & Development Berhad, 8 February 2006
The Sentul Park Koi Centre, the latest resident in YTL’s Sentul West development, will be open to the public this weekend as it celebrate its opening with a slew of activities for all to enjoy. The Koi Centre also boasts a very renowned clientele across the region, and includes the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who has been personally involved in the development of the centre.
Good response at YTL Land's first-in-Singapore roadshow for The Maple at Sentul West
Leo Burnett, 11 July 2005
Within the first two hours of YTL Land & Development's first-in-Singapore roadshow to introduce The Maple at Sentul West, the event had already attracted a steady stream of curious Singaporeans – all interested to find out about this unique freehold development strategically located within the KL city centre that yet provides residents and their families with exclusive access to a 35-acre private gated park.
Welcome to KLPac
Kakiseni.com, 4 June 2005
The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre: Pick your favourite colour and take a seat.
KLPac - a theatre for the community
YTL Community, 30 May 2005
KLPac artistic director, Joe Hasham, said: “But, I must say that we would be very remised of all this today if we do not give where the credit is due. Credit must go to Tan Sri Francis Yeoh and the YTL Corporation because they have, out of the goodness of their hearts, willed this to us. They have built it, they have paid for it and they have ensured that we got everything that we asked for.”